Demystifying Medicine Video



We often forget about the importance of balance until we start to feel dizzy. This video provides an introduction to vertigo, the vestibular system and how and an imbalance of the inner ear causes the disease. We also discuss the most common diagnosis of vertigo, known as BBPV. This video is only meant for educational purposes and is not a substitute for a proper diagnosis from a physician. 

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